The following is a list of Cleveland area Support Groups and Co-Ops. If you have any additional or updated information to add to this list please contact me. Thank you!
Ohio Home Educators Network (OHEN)
A network of homeschooling families in the Northeast Ohio area
North East Ohio Home School Connection (NEOHSC)
A secular homeschooling support group. The group welcomes all homeschoolers including traditional, on-line, eclectic, and unschoolers. The group’s purpose is to help homeschoolers find like-minded friends and plan children’s activities, mom’s nights, and family events. There is a calendar of events on our group’s site. Get-togethers will be throughout Northeast Ohio.
Cleveland Area Homeschoolers
Cleveland, Ohio area homeschoolers are invited to join this group for discussions, field trips, classes, curriculum, or any other topic you deem appropriate dealing with homeschool issues.
North East Ohio Christian Home Educator (NEOCHE)
An interdenominational homeschool communications group that is committed to connecting Christian homeschooling families together for support and encouragement in North East Ohio.
Holy Family Catholic Homeschool Group (HFCH)
The HFCH group has monthly meetings and planned functions. They are located in the Cleveland, Ohio area. Our group’s purpose is to give support and encouragement to all who are homeschooling and want to give their children a truly Catholic education.
Immaculate Heart of Mary Homeschoolers
We have monthly Moms meetings and plan field trips and get togethers for the children. Our members come from Medina and Cuyahoga Counties.
Lake County Homeschoolers
Networking homeschoolers in and around Lake County, Ohio including Geauga, Cuyahoga and other NE Ohio counties.
North Coast Homeschooler
An inclusive network of home educating families. Our activities support interest-based learning. However we welcome all parents and realize that each family approaches home education according to their own philosophical or religious beliefs, as well as their children’s needs and learning styles. We come together to enrich our children’s lives and help support one another in our home education endeavor.
Triple “C” Homeschoolers (Catholic Christians of Cleveland)
Non-Catholic Home School families are welcome to join but please note that a few activities may involve aspects of the Catholic faith, so as long as that won’t offend you, please know you are welcome to join us. This group is a great way to connect with other home school families! We attend plays and many various activities and tours. We organize many educational and fun events!
We have a High School group.
We have a Jr. High group.
We have a Yearbook Staff.
Besides our group’s activities, members are encouraged to post other homeschooling/kids/family events happening in and around the area. Any member is welcome to post an idea or schedule an event. We do ask that no politics or political events be posted so as not to offend other members.
Homegrown Learners is a family learning support network for homeschooling families in and around the Cleveland area. The network is open to all homeschooling families and consists of a yahoo group as well as a weekly Co-op Day. We have planned three seven week sessions of Co-op Day for 2011-2012, meeting weekly on Fridays at Liberty Hill Baptist Church at the corner of E. 82nd Street and Euclid Avenue. Winter Session: January 20 – March 2 • Spring Session: April 13 – May 25
Eastside Homeschool Co-op
The Wickliffe co-op meets weekly at a local church. There is a waiting list to join.
Urban Fringe Co-op
We are Waldorf inspired PreK/K, serving the fringes of Cuyahoga, Geauga, Summit and Portage counties.
Free Learners On the Westside Co-Op (FLOW)
We are an educational cooperative on the west side of Cleveland offering enrichment classes and social opportunities for children who are educated ‘outside of the box’. Homeschoolers, unschoolers, eclectic schoolers – everyone is welcome.
Northeast Ohio Spanish Club
Northeast Ohio Spanish Club and classes for grades 2-8. The club operates September thru May. Classes are taught by a current Magnet School Spanish teacher and homeschool mom. The club meets twice a month for two hours for classes and/or field trips.
Northeast Ohio Happy Homeschoolers
Northeast Ohio Homeschoolers Facebook Page